Easier Quiz Questions (19)

  1. What is the Roman numeral for 50?
  2. Jack Bauer is the main character in which TV series?
  3. The statue on the top of London's Old Bailey building is holding what in her right hand?
  4. What is the sign of the Zodiac represented by a crab?
  5. Tactile relates to which of the senses?
  6. What does the F stand for in John F Kennedy?
  7. Which is the largest city in the USA?
  8. What is a camel with two humps called?
  9. What is the last letter of the Greek alphabet?
  10. Who wrote the novel Cider With Rosie?
  11. An alligator pear is another name for which fruit?
  12. Marie McLaughlin Lawrie is the real name of which singer?
  13. What was the name of the character played by Eddie Murphy in the 1984 film Beverley Hills Cop?
  14. What is the common name for nitrous oxide?
  15. Which vegetables are hash browns made from?
  16. In the English National Lottery how many red thunderballs are there (as at 2006)?
  17. Which British Royal Wedding was the first to be broadcast in colour?
  18. Who scored a hat-trick in the 1966 World Cup Final?
  19. Which country is Red Stripe lager originally from?
  20. In which year was the Falklands War?
  21. What is the name of the space station first launched by the Soviet Union in 1986?
  22. When are pancakes traditionally eaten?
  23. What does EPNS stand for?
  24. Who is the Roman God of Love?
  25. Who was Henry VIII's first wife?
  26. What type of domestic cat has no tail?
  27. What is the medical term for the breastbone?
  28. What is a supposed straight line connecting three or more ancient sites called?
  29. Which perfume house launched its Dune perfume in 1991?
  30. Who wrote Wind In The Willows?
  31. Where was the Magna Carta signed?
  32. Who wrote the opera Porgy and Bess?
  33. What is the world's longest river?
  34. The Haywain is the work of which artist?
  35. What is the collective term for a group of geese?
  36. Who was the first prime minister to live in No10 Downing Street?
  37. Which country has the international car registration 'D'?
  38. Early Rivers, Morello and Napoleon are types of which fruit?
  39. What does a philatelist collect?
  40. A nicker was slang for which British pre-decimal currency unit?
  41. Which English county is known as the Garden of England?
  42. What type of animal is an Ibex?
  43. The spice saffron is made from the dried stigmas of which flower?
  44. Which animal lives in a holt?
  45. Which was the last of the seven 'Road' films starring Bob Hope and Bing Crosby?
  46. In which month is St George's Day?
  47. Which anniversary is celebrated upon 25 years of marriage?
  48. In which sport is an epée used?
  49. In which war was the Battle of the Somme?
  50. In which European city would you have found Checkpoint Charlie?
  51. Which car manufacturer makes the Jazz model?


Easier Quiz Answers (19)

  1. What is the Roman numeral for 50? L
  2. Jack Bauer is the main character in which TV series? 24
  3. The statue on the top of London's Old Bailey building is holding what in her right hand? A sword
  4. What is the sign of the Zodiac represented by a crab? Cancer
  5. Tactile relates to which of the senses? Touch
  6. What does the F stand for in John F Kennedy? Fitzgerald
  7. Which is the largest city in the USA? New York
  8. What is a camel with two humps called? Bactrian
  9. What is the last letter of the Greek alphabet? Omega
  10. Who wrote the novel Cider With Rosie? Laurie Lee
  11. An alligator pear is another name for which fruit? Avocado
  12. Marie McLaughlin Lawrie is the real name of which singer? Lulu
  13. What was the name of the character played by Eddie Murphy in the 1984 film Beverley Hills Cop? Axel Foley
  14. What is the common name for nitrous oxide? Laughing Gas
  15. Which vegetables are hash browns made from? Potatoes
  16. In the English National Lottery how many red thunderballs are there (as at 2006)? 14
  17. Which British Royal Wedding was the first to be broadcast in colour? Princess Anne and Mark Phillips
  18. Who scored a hat-trick in the 1966 World Cup Final? Geoff Hurst (of England)
  19. Which country is Red Stripe lager originally from? Jamaica
  20. In which year was the Falklands War? 1982
  21. What is the name of the space station first launched by the Soviet Union in 1986? MIR
  22. When are pancakes traditionally eaten? Shrove Tuesday
  23. What does EPNS stand for? Electro-plated Nickel Silver (seen on cutlery, etc)
  24. Who is the Roman God of Love? Cupid
  25. Who was Henry VIII's first wife? Catherine of Aragon
  26. What type of domestic cat has no tail? Manx
  27. What is the medical term for the breastbone? Sternum
  28. What is a supposed straight line connecting three or more ancient sites called? Ley line
  29. Which perfume house launched its Dune perfume in 1991? Christian Dior
  30. Who wrote Wind In The Willows? Kenneth Grahame
  31. Where was the Magna Carta signed? Runnymede (1215)
  32. Who wrote the opera Porgy and Bess? George Gershwin
  33. What is the world's longest river? The Nile
  34. The Haywain is the work of which artist? John Constable
  35. What is the collective term for a group of geese? Gaggle (or skein if in flight)
  36. Who was the first prime minister to live in No10 Downing Street? Robert Walpole (1735)
  37. Which country has the international car registration 'D'? Germany
  38. Early Rivers, Morello and Napoleon are types of which fruit? Cherries
  39. What does a philatelist collect? Stamps
  40. A nicker was slang for which British pre-decimal currency unit? A pound
  41. Which English county is known as the Garden of England? Kent
  42. What type of animal is an Ibex? Goat
  43. The spice saffron is made from the dried stigmas of which flower? Crocus
  44. Which animal lives in a holt? Otter
  45. Which was the last of the seven 'Road' films starring Bob Hope and Bing Crosby? The Road to Hong Kong
  46. In which month is St George's Day? April (23rd)
  47. Which anniversary is celebrated upon 25 years of marriage? Silver
  48. In which sport is an epée used? Fencing (it's the sword)
  49. In which war was the Battle of the Somme? First World War (The Battle of the Somme commenced on 1 July 1916 and lasted until November that year. Combined Allied and German fatalities exceeded 300,000 men, of which over 25,000 were on the first day.)
  50. In which European city would you have found Checkpoint Charlie? Berlin
  51. Which car manufacturer makes the Jazz model? Honda


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